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Upcoming Exhibition Listing

The schedule of upcoming exhibitions is subject to change.

Framing the World: The Photography of Linda & Robert Scarth
January 13 - April 29, 2018

Photographers are careful observers by inclination and training. Linda and Robert Scarth come from academic backgrounds where their observational skills were honed. Their interest and skill developed early and evolved to emphasize photographing the natural world. More Info >>

Edward Hopper: Selections from the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
February 3 - May 20, 2018

This exhibition of 13 seminal works, all drawn from the collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, traces the trajectory of Hopper’s career in works from 1906 to 1960 More Info >>

Hopper’s World: New York, Cape Cod, and Beyond
February 3 - May 20, 2018

Accompanying the Hopper exhibition from the Whitney Museum, the CRMA presents images of the places Hopper lived and worked, all drawn from our own collection. More Info >>

Flight Pattern: Birds in Art
March 1 - March 30, 2018

In flight or at rest, birds have long fascinated artists. Often used as symbolic objects for particular virtues, families, or countries, birds in art can carry meaning far beyond their forms. From John Buck’s vibrant woodcut of the extinct dodo bird to Laurie Hogin’s fantastically feathered creations, Flight Pattern celebrates the great variety of avian art in the CRMA collection. More Info >>

Setting the Table: The Art of Still Life
May 19 - September 2, 2018

Still life emerged as a genre of painting in the early 17th century in Europe. Including all kinds of man-made or natural objects, cut flowers, fruit, vegetables, fish, game, etc., still life paintings were highly symbolic and reflect the values of the society and artist that creates it. This exhibition showcases many of the still life works in the CRMA collection in a broad array of media. More Info >>

The Grand Tour: Europe Through Artists’ Eyes
June 9 - September 16, 2018

From the Greek Parthenon to the great cathedrals of France, European monuments have inspired artists for hundreds of years. Named for the traditional trip of Europe undertaken by mainly upper class young men of means in search of art, culture, and the roots of Western civilization, this exhibition examines how the artists in the CRMA collection, both American and European, responded to the great sites of Europe. More Info >>